What’s the weather like in Malaga in March?
With a delightful Mediterranean climate, the Malaga weather in March is very mild and often warm, with lots of sunshine. This popular Spanish resort could see some light showers during your stay but visitors love the fantastic spring climate.
Set on the sunny Andalucia coastline, in the heart of the Costa del Sol, the city of Malaga enjoys a year-round warm Mediterranean climate. The mild sea temperature in March helps to keep temperatures high inland. Some early mornings may see fog patches drift across from the Mediterranean in spring.
With an average high temperature of 20°C, you’ll find the weather in Malaga in March lets you get out and about to explore the beautiful resort and its beaches. The sun will shine for around eight hours from 12 hours of daylight. In late March, the sun rises at 7.15am and sets at 7.30pm. With average rainfall of 52mm, you’ll need to pack an umbrella for the short showers. The sea’s average will be 16°C so you probably won’t be going for a swim, but may fancy a paddle. The wind speed’s light and the UV index is low to moderate, but take care on sunnier days in March.